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Apple Launches Beta iCloud Website with Notes, Reminders and Improved Find my iPhone

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Apple has launched a new beta website for iOS developers. The website was leaked prior to WWDC before Apple pulled it off, however, the site displays “Beta” tags on Calendar, Find My iPhone, Notes, and Reminders where the last two being new additions to iCloud. You can access it at

Apple is hardly working to unify the experience across multiple platforms, iOS, OS X, and the web.


iCloud Beta Website: Notes

iCloud Beta Website: Notes


iCloud Beta Website:  Reminders

iCloud Beta Website: Reminders

Find my iPhone:

iCloud Beta Website:  Find my iPhone

iCloud Beta Website: Find my iPhone

WWDC 2012 Keynote Video Now Available Online

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WWDC 2012 Keynote Video Now Available Online

WWDC 2012 Keynote Video Now Available Online

As Today’s Apple WWDC event went off, Apple has made a public stream of the entire event available for those who missed it live.

As expected and highly rumored, Apple introduced a new line up of the next generation MacBook Pro, packed with a new Retina Display at 220 PPI, Apple has surprised everybody by delivering an incredibly thin device while also bringing in cutting-edge hardware.

Apple has also Unveiled the latest release of OS X Mountain Lion which comes next month, introducing new features such as a deep integration with Facebook that becomes the second social network after twitter to get a system-wide integration.

Apple has also unveiled the next iteration of their popular mobile system iOS 6, in which they introduced over 200 new features. A new in-house made 3D Maps that been built from the ground-up and the sky-down, complete with a turn-by-turn navigation and directly integrated with Siri. a 3D special feature for some locations called flyover in which you can virtually visit some landmarks as if you are looking from an airplane. Siri has got a bunch of cool improvements including the ability to open apps, tweet into twitter directly and supports for a wide range of new languages.

iOS 6 also bring some improvments to the lock screen and bring a new native app from Apple called Passbook in which you keep a repository of all kind of your passes.
Watch WWDC ‘12 keynote here

iOS 6.0 Beta Build 10A5316k and Safari 6 Download Links Leaked Ahead of WWDC’12

Written by Gradly on . Posted in Apple, blog, Cloud, Download, iPad, iPhone, Rants & Raves, Rumors, Software



iOS 6 beta build 10A5316k direct download links along with a developer preview of Safari 6 for OS X Lion have just been leaked and discovered and leaked by the Chinese guys at site WeiPhone. The download links are not active for now and if you try to visit any of them it will direct you to a page says – ”Your session has expired.”

Last year similar list of links leaked just before Apple’s WWDC 2011 keynote. What’s interesting about the new discovery is that Apple may be planning to drop iOS 6 support for the original iPad and the third-generation iPod touch.

iOS 6 Beta and Safari 6 Direct Download Links

The New iPad (iPad 3) iPad 2 iPhone iPod touch 4G Apple TV Other iOS Safari 6

WWDC 2012 is scheduled for tomorrow at 10AM PT in which Apple are going to unveil iOS 6 along with OS X Mountain Lion and the last update to their iCloud service. A new 3D map are highly speculated to debut with the new system.

Apple to Unveil Ultra-thin 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display and USB 3

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Ultra-thin15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display and USB 3

Ultra-thin15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display and USB 3

Apple is currently prepping to unveil a new 15-inch MacBook Pro. The new MacBook Pro is said to have an ultra-thin design, a Retina Display (probably 2880 X 1800), and USB 3 (~ 10 times USB 2). Bloomberg reports that Apple will announce the new MacBook Pro at this year’s WWDC, which is set to begin June 11th.

This year WWDC would be super hit as Apple will announce the release date for Mountain Lion, which brings many features from iOS, like a Notification Center, iCloud integration, Messages.

Mountain Lion

Mountain Lion

Along side the new MacBook and Mountain Lion, Apple is expected to unveil iOS 6 with a new and revamped proprietary maps app featuring 3D technology which could be the tentpole of this year keynote.

According to a report from WSJ, Apple is expected to unveil an upgraded iCloud service at WWDC with new photo-sharing capabilities for sharing and commenting on sets of photos:

The new features, expected to be announced at Apple’s world-wide developer conference beginning June 11, will allow iCloud users to share sets of photos with other iCloud users and to comment on them, these people said… Apple is trying to better compete in the red-hot market for photo sharing, dominated by fast-growing online services such as Facebook Inc. and mobile apps like Instagram—which Facebook has agreed to acquire for $1 billion.

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